ERIC Provides List of Restored PDFs Requested by ERIC Users
Dec. 16, 2012
Are you interested in knowing if a particular ERIC PDF has been returned online? ERIC is posting a list of user-requested PDFs that have been screened for personally identifiable information and restored online for download. The list (in Excel format) provides the ERIC accession numbers and dates the PDFs were re-released, sorted by ED (documents) and EJ (journal articles). The list will be updated on a bi-monthly basis on or near the first and fifteenth of each month. Only PDFs that have been requested by users are included. Previously returned groupings of full-text PDFs, including peer-reviewed materials and documents from the Peace Corps and ERIC (representing more than 27,000 full-text PDFs) are not included in this list.
A review team is screening the restricted documents and journal articles for personally identifiable information. Due to the quality of many of the materials, a large portion of the search must be done by hand. We are prioritizing the PDFs that are requested by the ERIC user community in the order in which they are received. If you would like to submit a request for a restricted PDF to be prioritized for screening, you may fill out the request form on the ERIC website. This simple form requires only the ERIC record number (accession number) and your email address.
For additional information, check the News and alert areas on the website at eric.ed.gov.